Monthly Archive: June 2013

Can Muslims Reject Hadith?

6/29/2013 Introduction A Hadith is a saying or an act or tacit approval or disapproval in a valid or invalid manner by Prophet Muhammad. Great classical Islamic scholars have compiled...

Syndrome of Iranians’ Submission to Islam

Syndrome of Iranians’ Submission to Islam

Unsaid explanations left many generations of the people in Iran in their long puzzlement of submission to Islam. Although, after the freedom of Iran from the two-century occupation of the Muslim horde Iran became free, people did not restore their previous religion and culture, but remained faithful to Islam.

The reasons of this attitude remained long time a taboo until thanks to the plague of the Islamic regime, inner calls of the new generations finally slipped through approval of the facts. The obvious reasons of attitude are no longer unnoticed, a revolution of collective awareness in Iran. Among other socioeconomic factors, a psychological factor called Stockholm syndrome is one of the hypothetical factors.

The Struggle to Stop the Islamization of Turkey

Alewi intellectuals, who had gathered at a hotel in Sivas, died in a fire that engulfed the place, believed to have been caused by arsonists. This incident has become an integral part of the collective memory of Alewis.

The second group is the Kemalists. They maintain a deep reverence for the memory of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk

Jihad on Egypt’s Christian Children

6/14/2013 SOURCE “It is part of a ‘war of attrition’ on the Copts in their own homeland.” — Adel Guindy, President, Coptic Solidarity Attacks on Christian children in Egypt are...


“The disbelievers will long to get out of the fire, but never will they get out there from; theirs will be an enduring torture.”

“Those damn Jews,” somebody muttered.

The Power of Faith

Hi Ali Sina, I had a correspondence with you I believe a couple of weeks ago, and you subsequently published my email on your website. I have been digging deep...

Reflections on the Month of Ramadan

6/7/2013 This article was posted on the Arabic-language reformist/Liberal online journal, Al-Awan (Kairos), on 29 August, 2010. It was authored by Sa’eed Nasheed, a Moroccan intellectual whose articles appear frequently...

Campaign to Redefine Jihad

6/1/2013    SOURCE Arabic and western news agencies are reporting a new campaign by U.S. Muslim activists to redefine the word “jihad,” which, they say, “has been distorted at the hands...